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"ENCHANTING WOMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

:'?'?? MnchAnti^^^MAn^/ The inhabitants . in this, quarter of , ; pur! suburbs have for some time, past declared' open rebellion and war against; each: other.: To such an extent have- some;of the'rii. gone in their quarrels, that threSts uporiiife and limb, and occasional desperate attempt's to execute thenr^ rare; things not at all uncom? mon. In thesejf ray a, .without -a single ex*' ception, woman, 'enchanting woman, '/:cbm- mences /arid, carries them put; riien ure brought into, them afterwards, but not until the quarrel has been ;well fermented,, the^i the poor husband is made: the instrument of woman's hate against woman. ? Hear the origin of a. quaVrel. between oneJpair of fe males, arid you have the history of them all ; pirtiqular* and, th^, termination ftave, a dijf- . feirenjtafiatartrphe;t.i^ ^eyf J-altc^jhe; ?6niraepcemen| ^^sej^od .and, Ipanda^, j and^.fey sj»: ^fe Jjad3eeJiBg. and wyeng|ful ^enx,;an4.4OC6UKed,pn;|iiaay.|hepth Marc^l:^^^rs^wpb^(,had.'|a»d .to, Mrs. WhU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: I Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers , Sixpence. . The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which .dates only, can 1 resignations be received, and which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. * 'V ? , . TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch of space, one insertion, Three I Shillings. ' I For each additional inch; One Shilling. ; I For future insertions, Half-price. ' I The number of times to be published must I be written on the . face of the manuscript, or I the advertisements will be continued till counter- I ihanded. The amount must be paid previous to the - I insertion of, an advertisement, which must be sent I before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and all I orders to withdraw, not. later than two o'clock on I Thursday afternoon; or they cannot be attended to. I No verbal communications can be attended to I and all postages must be pre-pa'uL , I ; . ' : ? AGEN...

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CHURCH VANES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

CHURCH VANES. ?PEKiipus Undertaking.— At last meet ing of the Town Council, it. waB left to the Work Conimittee to accept of the offer of a Mr. Wright to ascend and bring down the city, church' vanes,, for a very trifling sum, to 'hayeV them cleaned. The first arid most difficult and perilpus part of this extraor-f dinary undertaking, being, the vane of St. Paul's, wis accomplished on Tuesday after noon, in the presence of thousands of spec adyenturpus; The usual method b£ throwing .: a rcipe dver the summit of the- steepleby the '?- -'??? necesBitated to '^a^pt;'ari'btlief plan.' lOn:th^V'; west;side of the; iSt^eple tnerev are fpur sets!; of fcbpp.er rspikes| two ineach set, apparently. :. ; distant^ frtm; each Jpther^about fifteen feet/ ? the^rat fegirinipg ab,pVt jtwb feiet abbyethe window of ; the, i belfry,, and ending at the apex of the steeple. ^Through the window of the ! belfry he- hove a 'rope; and. up that length he sprung; like a squirrel. / ;But here ! the, first part ...

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TENDERS FOR NEW RUNS. Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 31st March, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

: TENDEild EOR ;-vlLW RUNS. . Culoiiiiil Secretary VOfficc, ? V ' Svdnev, 3 1st March, 1848. Tj» reference to the regulations of the let January, 1848, respecting tenders for new runs', llte'Exd'Uency ihe Governor, finding t hat some misapprehension exists ' on the subject, has been ' pleiised, with the advice of the Executive Council, to direct that the' following1 explanatory observations and ad ditional 'rules should /lie, published \for general informalUm.' ;;i ''u ''''',_ ?;'??? .;!.' Therulielhid'^own'in' the' notice of tlVe; 1 Ojlf July; : 1 $1 b: '.thitt «'o new. run' 'shall .in-, -uJclinary ;cases corisistof ^^ in/ireMh'aritvventy fiv'e square 'miles is still to' 'be observed/; Persons' therefore ' tende? ing for new ru'ns;: i u'st Vior apply for. aiiv Wrger quantity th»n twenty nVe'Vo/uate^ miles/. under' a. single lease', unless 'that quantity ''sli.-ill . be: insiifn cient ;ih birhhary seasons for the pusturuge of four thuu3th,d sheep or their equivalent in cattle :* iii...

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Original Correspondence, To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst March 5, 1818. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

(©rtffinal £av\'e£pavmente. To the Editor of The Bathurst AnvocATE. Bathurst, March 5,1848. .m'r,— I'am going to fence in some land, and shall be' much obliged toany of your juvenile readers to assist me therein.1 :: '' 1. The form of a paddock that will con tain the most land with the least fencing. 2. To fence,; in 350 acres, one sideof which is 749 rods, what is the fencing re quired for the whole? '-'?' '-, Of course, tin's ia for yo lr juvenile renders alone. Tutors and parents may find :a: profitable empT yrnerit for their young people.1'' ''' And if our youth can he'induced to a course of regular thought orr anything, they may be on any subject in which the welfare of the whole district-is concerned.' Your?, &c. '?-'?- '?''?.''''.' ; .'' An Old Man. n

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, April 7, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, April 7, 1848. Sir,— I' assume that the majority of your readers aie acquainted with the recent pub-; lication of the Land Regulations, and1 I take it for granted that there is no right minded man in the colohv, — and still less in this district, that does not feel thankful to the Government for the change which has ueen made.:' . , 1 The Regulations were long and very loudly culled for. . Few persons were safe from the rapacity, or envy, or ill-nature, of his fellow man, if his ' back run'' happened to suit his purpose. The history of the sale of the yearly leases, is, perhaps, a history of some of the worst passions of the heart; - the picture is, perhaps, as fair a drawing of xhe moral and social character of Ihe colony as anything of which we are pos sessed. The evils that1 have been engen dered by the late system, perpetuated, and aggravated, are be3Tond measure both great and serious. It is not necessary to enter into details; ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

ENGLISH NEWS.. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) '; ' Had the Swallow remained ?'? a few hours ' longer at Singapore, she would have brought English news to the 24th December, the mail of that date having arrived therepre vious to her departure. ' . A slin. dienified bv the title of a 'Strait's Times Extraordinary ,' was published as the Swallow was leaving and contains the ftil lowing items from November 24th to, De cember 24th :— . ,.'. ;, . ,. ?..-,.-. -. ??'.?, ?_.;, Failures.— Messrs. J. and M.: Ileay,; Thompson and Co.,1 Liverpool ; Secretan: and Capper ; Tanner and Ward ; Mr. Ash burner, Liverpool ; Messrs. Carr. and Co.. Newcastle on Tyne ; Walker and Co., of Leeds ; A. and J. ; Downie, of .Glasgow ; Sargant; Goddard, and ; Go..; T. and J. : Sands, of Liverpool. ?_ ? . . : -,;.,.;; ; , : The Duke of Wellington has :recotn- '? mended England to. be prepared for a. war. with France. . i .; ; In France, Prince Joi nville has \ resign ejl ; the post of Admiral of the Mediterrane...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

TRESS AND ASHE         WILL SELL BY AUCTION.                     At Tail's Inn,       On WEDNESDAY, April 12, at Twelve o'Clock, FIVE HUNDRED and FIFTY EWES. warranted clean and sound.     Eight excellent Working Bullocks, and Pole-dray, almost new, with yokes, bows and chains. To   gether with extra yokes, chains, ropes and large size tarpauling.     Two Powerful Colts, four and five-year-old, never handled, colour dark brown, black points, free from white and sound.     Between twenty and thirty Pigs.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

DIED.   On Tuesday, the 4th instant, at the residence of his father, Bathurst, after a short but severe ill- ness, at the early age of nineteen years, Elijah, the son of Mr. John Walker, of this place.  

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BY "A TRAVELLER." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

B Y ; ' A T R A V ELL E R.'^ Having in my youth arestless and romantic propensity-for' visiting other countries, you will naturally infer, I have seen many strange sights, and- heard1 -many strange opiriioris; during my wanderings in other lands; and if -the following reminiscence, which becured during aryisittostheLarid of ?:?«?* Nod,' be .thought Iworthy of a place in your Bathurst .Advocate, or should it arrest the attention of/- some jofayoiiri readers/ from the constant monotonyjpf money seeking, to spare a few moments, to _ contemplate the magnificence ?of thisjbeautiful creation; I have no doubt 'they will be: benefited, by being brought to admire, and to bow with reverential adora tion, to the Glorious Author of the whole, such an effect will be ample compensation. , 'To ask or search I blame' thee'not, for heaven Is as the book of God, before thee set, ' Wherein to read his wondrous works and learn, His seasons, hours,: or days, or months, or .years.' ? . .?.,?!-,.. . : ......

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Police Office. SATURDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

XUUte i!I-ff£rc. Saturday, April I . Thomas Litton and Thomas Feeney were brought before ; the bench on a cha'ge of drunkenness ; they were both foundguilty and sentenced to pay a fine of 1.0a. each, or be confined for 24 hours, in- the- cells. ? .. ? Monday, April 3. . , ? : John Walker, and' William Cameron, for being drunk, were sentenced to 10s. each, or 24 hours in the cell. : Michael Cbhill was brought upon n charge of misderaeanour, arid after several days de lay* was forwarded^ to Hyde-park Barracks.. ; Thomas Dwyer had been: arrested on: sus picion of being illegally at large,, but was: discharged by the bench; ; ? '??. '? ? ?'?? Wednesday, ApkilS; ' ?'?''. John Styles, John Parsons, Joseph Wil mbre and Samuel Rolt, were charged with drunkenness- and *a fine of 10s. each laid upon them, or 24 hours in the cells. Jahies Hayes was again brought up for being r found drunk in the streets, and as this was the third offence, he was sentenced to'pay a fine of 20s., or be locked up...

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POETRY. [?] RELIQUES OF AUNCIENT POETRIE. JUDGE JEFFERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

. n\) .-idiiu-.o-rr ~sd}''.r.i 'uvmxh :: RELIQUES OE ^NCIEN^'EOETRIE: ''H, .v.w,; ???;!; Vii ?i.:r:iu:£-.- ; , , ?.-.'i'ir'.;rrj*. ? r~:'. :.: '? '- ';:.';: .'„?', ^;anwrjudge cdulcle.be^K;yk,f;^ vu; v^j .Wlio.h^ngedtwQ hundred If6nestef^f|i; ,,'.- . '.'.'? \ On'Tyburne's fatal* tree. .;, ' . , ' ; -, * V He -always pleaded for the crowrie, ', r - : , ;. ^ As'loyall judges shoulde; { ::!;r ??-';'. ..? . And presupposed the pris'ner's^guJlte, ? ' r - :? ' ??-.'.- Evert though his: cause%asgpode.r\,\ }-;-* : ?'.«' Xbur'guilte js'^mtteriiWydhr ^ctfj''^'^';--' . ;\ .Thisloyall judge /wrotflde say] ;4-'l; '?- , '' ;- ' ' ' I'll Have you1 hanged to-morrow,' sir,1 ?: .:.r : Foi: yoiiMl'be:triea;t6i-day;, ;-f v ' }:-&. ; .? V , Myfriende, the Attorhey.-GeneralV, is .;:!':, .;; :. AVverw'hoiigste man-r-r]' V \:- 'j\)/lc--:\?j' ?'.':;.*??, ] ile, wishes you '.'convicted', 'ami A', ,','?' , ' . ' '/ ? - , .. -, I'll, help him if. I Can.'* '. ''? ;'* 1 ' ? ?'. ' ;; '' n ??' rTheti point...

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A ROMANCE OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

A ROMANCE OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE. In every-day life, unobserved, or perhaps unheeded, occurrences of the most strange and imjprobablp character,' tinctured^ often ?with W Btrange'daBHi of wHat^is called f^ the romance of reality,' and sometimes having n denouement of the most unexpected dra matic nature. One of these events, abound ing in incident, and not without romantic interest^ attracted ; public attention here during the week; Under circumstances simi lar to the following :?— Coachmen and guards ?f-guards in particular— time out of mind, have; been proverbial for their gallantry ; and; events certainly justify the conclusion that the modern race do no dishonour to their predecessdrs in this particular. It is .not,; therefore, to be wondered at that Mr. Robert Moore, guard of the London and Hqlyhead Mail, as he passed every day Jtftiidugh the Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Jo)Qked !with some degree of interest^ which 'probably displayed itBelf in his countenance, ; at the possessor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

ANY' proposition .for the circulation and spie:of{ Jh£s'Pdpt£r^ll\be'-tteii%^'ly-lrecetved,remem-l bert^[iiiat all qyvrterty 'subscriptions must, be paidtin* advance ;' and 'also, t?iat:ail .letters, iAiisi$&jppst-paidty TOyQUR: SUBSCRIBERS, AND: TH% ^; PUBLIC GENERALLY. Last week's publication. No. IX., was the commencement. of a New Quarter. To those who have paidiri advance; their quarter will riotfinish until the:29th of April; Subscribers; from Ihclgt: of Aprily are requested to'fOrwarcLthe sum.prSix. Shillihg;s'Tnfradvance/c Single' Hu^bers;rSixperice; ; GARGOA R RACE'S. : ' 4T; A MEETING held at Thb Icei^ ?'?''. Inn, Carcoar, on Thursday, the 9th Instant; ;it was resolved,— That the Caucoar Races do take place oh }VEDNESDAY, the T2th of April, anil the, two following- days. ; ' FIRST BAY,' . /; WEDNES DAY, APR] L 12, 1848:' '?.'.'?'' '?'' ?' ' 'FIRST UACBi' ' ?' - ''; THE CARCOAR TOWN PLATE of £20; for all horses ; weight for age ;/ heats; twice round the course. Entr...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1848. BATHURST AND OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

TEE ; MTKURST ? WQUATE. jj J BATBURST AND OURSELVES: - Qua readers are doubtless aware that a Geographical Dictionary of New South Wales has' lately been published in this country by Mr. W. H. Wells, of Sydney, and vye think, the work deserves the atten tion or all who wish to become acquainted with the. extent, capabilities, and peculiari ties of the '.land .we live in.'- Partly with a; view, of giving the inhabitants of this county, (especially the younger members thereof,), a knowledge of the' statistics of the district-in which they live— and partly ?with a view to ourselves, and our peculiar circumstances, we have thought it desirable ?to bring .under the; especial notice of our readers what Mr. Wells has written, under the head of Balhurst county and town. ' Bathuiist. A. county of N.S.W; ; is bounded on. the N.E; by the river Campbell from Pepper Creek, and the river'Macquarie, to the junction of Lewis's Ponds; on the W. by Lewis's Ponds Creek to Blackman's .Swamp, and thence...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 April 1848

'Bt^'Msm^ ARRIVALS. March 30. Eleanor,' barqiie, 153 ton3, Captain Woodih, frdm'the New Hebrides the llth ult'. 29. ,Ranger, cutter, 49 tons,. Captain Bell, from Moreton Baythe-23rd March. - : : ?'-''-'? '' :: ' '?'??'- 29. Secret, schooner, 33 tons, Captain Boyle, from Moreton Bay' the 23rd March. 3Q. VAriane, French. coryette,_.30.guns,. Com-, modore DuctcuHisi-from' St.'G'hristoval (Solomon^ Islands), the 6th March. 30. Coriiiibia, steamer jldi1 ^tons, Captain Loutit, from Moreton Bay the ,25th March. . 31.-. ,Phcenix]\ steamer, 108, tons, Captain Wise man, .from the '.Clarence. R)vW the' 29 tli' ult: April 1. Tamdf, 'stedrncr, 1.30 tons,;Capt.- Allen,1 from Moretori' Bay the 29th' ult. ;- * ? -.-. r:. K %? Catherine, schooner, 163 tons, Capt.,t)ryden, from,Launceston,thc;27th;ult. .,.' ?- , , 3. -., IVinslqw, American barque, 263. tons, Capt. Simons* from the whaling grounds ';' loft New Bed-' ford .llth April,1 18-15 ,; and Sydney 13th November, : 1847w;:-;':rl---f--^ ? ^H ?'''...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

WANTED, A FEMALE General House Servant, ?**? and A GIRL, about thirteen or fourteen years of age, to take care of a child. Apply at the office of this Paper. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, and which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. ;.-..: TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch of space, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on. the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till counter manded., The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, -and' all orders to withdraw, not later than ' two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, or they cannot be...

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FUN AT AN IRISH DINNER-PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

FJJN AT AN IRISH DINNER-PARTY. ('From Scraps and Sketches of Irish Life.) Scarcely had the .fish been, helped, when Pat, (the only waiter) had occasion to leave the room, and, on his return, presented him self with only one skirt to his coat. It has been mentioned that, the original accident had been partially remedied by the i skirt being pinned on, but now some practical joker in the kitchen had slily taken out the pins, and suffered the much-trusted domestic to return into the dining-room in the un seemly condition above mentioned ; and the absurdity of his appearance was much in creased by the red plush breeches being patched on the seat .with some dark coloured cloth, something in the shape of a heart, sewn, or, rather, coarsely tied, on with pack-thread. Mr. Casey was the first to notice the circumstance, when he lost' no time in call ing the attention of the guests to it, by a variety of telegraphic signs when Pat's back was turned, imploring or threatening, by all sorts of e...

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POETRY. WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

[\$$:p&amp;jkfo* ,%Sj :- WOMAN/-' Ab fixed in ?thought as yon bright star T - Thatjseyer in its place,,' ?- ^ And her life as bright and brilliant, ; ,. And beautiful, to tracer, ? ? ? ; - ; A thing' of 0ouigKt and feeiing^, Man's troubled soul to lave1 : ' Now gliding smooth down pleasure's, stream , ' ' .Now tossed on passion's wave, With a smile for every blessing, And a tear for every woe V . ?Her bright eyes still-to gladden ' ; '- When her tears have ceased to flow. As ardent in her friendship — Forgetting aye to hate ? ?' :: '.? And her love as pure and constant, And imherririg as each fate. ? Love beams in every sparkle Of that bright and flashing eye, And for every glance thou gazest Thou'lt dispel a bitter sigh. -5 love her! when in pain and sorrow . She droops the pensive head, And' her joy and her pleasure Seem for .ever, ever fled. , O love her !, for, for every tear Thou fondly wipest now, A thousand cheering smiles On her balmy cheek. shall glow. Another Bushman.<...

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PANORAMA OF THE MISSISSIPPI. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 April 1848

PANORAMA OF THE MISSISSIPPI. There was a young lad of fifteen, a father less, moneyless youth, to whom there came a very extraordinary idea, as he was float ing for the first time down the Mississippi. He had read in some foreign journal that America could boast the most picturesque and magnificent scenery in the world, but that she had not yet produced an artist capable of delineating it. On this thought he pondered, and pondered, till his brain began to whirl; and as he glided along the shore of the stupendous river, gazing around him with wonder and delight, the boy resolved within himself that he would; take away the reproach from his. country-?- ' that he would paint the beauties and subli mities of his native land ..*. * ?...?*. John Bonvard was self-taught, and selfdepend ant ; and when he determined to paint a picture of the shores of the Mississippi, which should be as superior to all others in point of size as that prodigious river is superior to the streamlets of Europe, ...

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